THIS WEEK On Washington Watch: The Impact Of Friday’s Jobs Report; Fed’s Response To Sandy; Romney’s Misleading Ads; New Film From Charles S. Dutton


Topics to include: The impact of Friday’s jobs report, the federal government’s response to Hurricane Sandy, GOP Presidential Nominee Mitt Romney’s misleading advertisements, the weekly update on voter suppression, and compelling new film, “Least Among Saints.”

November 4, 2012, Silver Spring, MD – Secretary of the U.S. Department of Labor, Hilda Solis and Senior Vice President of the NAACP, Hilary Shelton are among the guests on Washington Watch with Roland Martin, airing on TV One, Sunday November 4 at 11AM EST.

The journalist/commentator panel will include: Michael Fletcher, national economics correspondent for The Washington PostDr. Chris Metzler, Georgetown University professor; Lenny McAllister, Republican strategist and Joe Madison, Sirius XM’s “The Black Eagle.”

Topics explored during the hour include: the countdown before the election and the three major issues that have the potential to affect the outcome — Friday’s jobs report, the President and federal government’s strong response to Hurricane Sandy and Governor Romney’s misleading advertisements; the final update on voter suppression and knowing your voting rights and this week’s “Biggest Damn Lie” segment examines Governor Mitt Romney’s recent advertisements addressing the auto industry. In addition, acclaimed actor Charles S. Dutton joins Roland Martin to discuss his compelling new film, “Least Among Saints.”

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